Tuesday, July 07, 2020  
 
News & Updates
NO DOGS IN NATIONAL PARKS
06-07-2020 

 Many vehicles have been turned away from entering the Park due to dogs inside. Dogs are not allowed in national parks.


CHAINS MUST BE CARRIED
06-07-2020 

Chains must be carried until the next 4pm Change of Conditions email update. Please advise all visitors and friends that a sign at the park entry is displayed when chains are required.

Every vehicle, whether 2WD or 4WD entering the park past that point must carry chains if the sign is displayed. PARKS VICTORIA turned many vehicles away on the weekend as they were not carrying them.


SNOW SEASON 2020
25-05-2020 
There will be tobogganing, snowplay and cross country skiing available for winter 2020

For detailed information see the Parks Victoria Winter Overview in the drop down menu at the 2020 Snow Season

FREE ENTRY to Mount Buffalo during the snow season


Archive
MORE AREAS OPEN AT MOUNT BUFFALO
06-03-2020 

Great news from Parks Victoria at Mount Buffalo

Good afternoon
We are pleased to announce that additional sections of the Mt Buffalo National Park have been re-opened for visitors. Access into the park will now be right through to the Horn picnic area car park. This has enabled the following areas to be reopened to the public:

Horn Track
Macs Point Track
Long Plain Track
Mt McLeod
Og Gog and Magog
Eagle Point
Reservoir Road
There are areas that still have restricted access until we can undertake further assessments and rehabilitation works – please refer to the attached map. These areas are:

Rocky Creek Track beyond Macs Point
Dicksons Falls
South Buffalo
The Backwall
Mollison’s Galleries

Over the coming weeks staff will continue the process of assessing fire damaged areas to determine what work is required to the make the areas safe again for visitors, to plan and implement stabilisation works to protect fragile alpine ecosystems and to repair damaged infrastructure such as bridges, signs and drainage.

Cheers and have a great weekend,

Tom Carrie
Acting Ranger Team Leader, Mt Buffalo National Park